How to Clean Indoor Cafe Furniture

We understand that purchasing restaurant furniture is an investment in your company’s success. You want your business to be successful for years to come, and we want your commercial furniture to help you achieve that goal. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of tips for keeping your furniture clean and well-maintained.

Indoor furniture is designed to be used in climate-controlled and moisture-controlled environments, with the optimum results under neutral circumstances. Placement in direct sunlight, near radiators, or near direct heat sources is not recommended. Outside, do not use indoor furniture such as cafe chairs Sydney & tables.

Laminate Chair & Table Tops

Before and after each usage, clean laminate table tops with warm water and a mild detergent mixture.
To remove stains, make a paste with a mild cleanser and baking soda; scrub the afflicted area with a firm nylon bristle brush.
Acetone (nail polish remover) can be used to spot-clean a more tenacious stain; rinse and dry thoroughly (we recommend spot-testing first)

Resin Chair & Table Tops

Before and after each usage, clean the resin chair and table tops with warm water and a light detergent mixture.
Use an all-purpose cleanser followed by a lemon furniture polish to hide scratches (we recommend spot-testing first)
Before and after each usage, clean the granite table tops with warm water and a light detergent mixture.
Use hydrogen peroxide to get rid of stains (we recommend spot-testing first)
Vinegar can be used to erase water stains (we recommend spot-testing first)


Most upholstered business furniture comes with a stain guard, but if it doesn’t, you can apply it after you buy it.
With an upholstery attachment, vacuum (for added protection, use a window or other screen in between the nozzle and the fabric)
Spills are blotted up using a dry towel.

Wood finished

Wipe with the grain and dust with a soft cloth on a regular basis.
Choose a polish made for the finish and avoid switching brands, as this could result in a foggy look.
Apply a hard paste wax every 3-4 months for the first year, then less frequently after that (paste wax will also help to disguise scratches)
Spills should be cleaned up right away using a dry cloth.
A dab of ammonia followed by wax may help remove spots or burns (we recommend spot-testing beforehand). To remove water rings, use paste wax and wipe fine steel wool over the rings (we recommend spot-testing first)


Dust using a gently wet cloth and simple, slightly warm water.
Use a true soap product (no wax or detergent) and water to remove dirt or stains, or a mixture of 1 part rubbing alcohol and 1 part water sparingly put to a cloth and rubbed the spoiled area to remove dirt or stains (we recommend spot-testing first)
Sprinkle some corn starch on the ruined area and let it stay for a few hours before lightly brushing it off to eliminate grease.
Try dusting tufts with a dry toothbrush.


Metal parts should be cleaned with a moistened cloth.
Brush the surface lightly with a soft-bristled brush to remove dirt.
Use a mild soap and water to remove grease or more tenacious stains.